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Second graders practice writing a friendly letter and addressing an envelope. They write a letter in friendly letter form to story characters using the in class example on the dry erase board and information from the in class within 30 minutes.
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Parts of a Friendly Letter
There are a lot of rules about formatting a friendly letter, but where do the commas go! Reinforce the grammar structure when writing a letter with a instructional activity that prompts kids to choose the correct form of different parts...
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Writing a Friendly Letter
Just because kids today are well-versed in texting and emails doesn't mean they shouldn't learn how to write a friendly letter! Reinforce their letter-writing skills with a lesson focused on the elements of a friendly letter, as well as...
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